The Miller Center Fellowship is the student-arm program of the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center. Fellows are hard at work behind the scenes to help entrepreneurship thrive here at the College of William & Mary. You can find them active at the Miller Center’s weekly events or in their respective departments across campus.
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Peter is currently a junior at the College studying economics. He's passionate about technology, the gig economy, and embracing both the liberal arts and his entrepreneurial interests.
Chris is a Computer Science Major and a Business Analytics minor. He originally fell in love with the entrepreneurial mindset during an internship at NRV VC. In his free time, he enjoys helping people with their side projects and talking about the latest emerging tech.
Morgan is a Marketing major, English minor and concentrating in Innovation and Design. In addition to her work as a Fellow she is passionate about marketing and advertising and acts as the Non Profit Director of Agency 1693 and External Affairs Director of Alma Mater Productions.
Neil is a senior at William & Mary studying business analytics and art history. He is passionate about keeping up with innovative tech and admires the creative possibilities of entrepreneurial ventures. This past summer, he continued his entrepreneurial involvement by interning for Galley, a D.C. based food delivery startup.
Asher found the intersection of his studies, Psychology and Global Business, in the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center. He loves interacting with the community and tossing around new ideas.
Carson’s passions are fueled by a desire to bring people together. Empathy, food, and conversation are his tools. Connection is his craft.